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Re: “Questions still abound for local GOP leaders

You can see and hear all of the press conference Chet wrote about at the Liberty, Sir! facebook page. http://facebook.com/libertysir

Direct link to videos on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/libertysir?sk=app_…
Videos on Liberty, Sir! youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/libertysir

Posted by JustinB on 07/11/2011 at 4:18 AM

Re: “Local GOP censures secretary Sarah Anderson

@moderateguy
Passing more government regulation to combat larger government regulation to help protect the people from government regulation that has largely contributed to the problem seems like a pretty tyrannical path to push down, guess what comes next...

I understand your emotional investment in your argument; However, there is a little contradicting considering that if the free markets and less government regulation on the healthcare industry and insurance existed, the average person could afford their general care in cash and insurance companies would primarily exist to cover catastrophic events.

As well community support, organizations, churches would handle those that are very financially troubled, but they can't.

With legislation at state and federal level trying to make HSA(Health Savings Accounts) illegal where you save up and pay in cash up to 5k a year usually, this shows this is not to have responsibility at any level, it is control, and power.

Won't it be great when you can't get any healthcare because our financial system has collapsed with all the entitlement and government run irresponsible control. All the entitlements and benefits you seek won't exist at any level.

Posted by JustinB on 07/11/2011 at 4:10 AM

Re: “Anarchy in the GOP

For the CSINDY readers, I understand a majority are independents, and political philosophies tagged as the "left". I think it is also important to recognize that whatever your political leaning that in general we have been duped and lied to most of our lives back and forth by this left v right paradigm. If you truly look at the issues you see that no matter which side is in power, there is a steady degrade of the condition of this country and the stability threatening those we care about most, our family, friends, and futures.

This is because we are trained to focus at a lower simplistic icon of who is responsible for the issues we face and if we just get one side or the other elected it will all be better. The problem is there are greater things at play that control the outcomes and policies through both left and right and no matter which side is "in power" they gain more and you lose more. When the root of these issues is addressed by either side you are called "unpatriotic, terrorists, racists" and any other detracting falsehood to make you second guess the reality of the situation and spend more time explaining yourself and combating claims than shedding light and breaking down the facade of the things that will truly bring prosperity to this country.

I would strongly recommend to the CSINDY readers to learn more about the liberty movement and I can guarantee you will find things that you identify with but it may be uncomfortable at first because we have been so conditioned to the battlefield mentality. I don't honestly think for a second that a majority of the "left" want government controlling every aspect of their lives and making all the decisions for them. There are many generalizations used to keep people politically separated so those that seek power and control maintain a base.

I encourage you to Google Ron Paul.

And have discussions with those in the liberty movement. Those in power know this is dangerous because in reality if people are honest with themselves probably 75% of people are actually libertarian, but it takes waking up and realizing you have been lied to most of your life and then accepting that without bias denial which proves challenging to most.

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Posted by JustinB on 06/23/2011 at 12:20 PM

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